Work Experience

Turning Points for Children: FAST program
Recreation Partner at four schools for the FAST program (Families And School Together) 2014 -Present
Fleischer Art Memorial: Philadelphia, PA
Faculty member. Teaching Ceramics and Paper mache 2012- present
The Pennsylvania Humanities Council: The Commonwealth Speakers of Pennsylvania:
Presenting: Mexican Identity in the XXI Century, 2010-present
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Camden “Rutgers Center for the Arts”
Teaching Artist, Mural Artist in Residence, and instructing other educators 2006 - present
Mann Adult Center, Philadelphia, PA
Ceramic Teacher 2004 – present
Aztec Dance Troupe “OLLIN YOLIZTLI CALMECAC” Philadelphia, PA
Artistic / Executive Director / Co-founder, 2003 – present
Congreso de Latinos Unidos: Exito Program & OBR Program Philadelphia, PA
Art teacher for after school programs. Taught ceramics, painting, mosaic murals, and more. 2010 -2013
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Camden “The Office of Civic Engagement”
Sumer camp Art Teacher: Thought Watercolors, Acrylics, Drawing, Traditional Paper tissue flowers, Jewelry and Clay stop-motion animation. 2013
The Joshua Tree
Music instructor for preschool aged children, 2013
The Mural Arts Program, Philadelphia, PA
Muralist Assistant, 2010
The Clay Studio: The Clay Mobil, Philadelphia, PA
Ceramic Teacher and Mosaic Muralist, 2007 – 2010
Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership/ Independence Charter School, Philadelphia, PA
Artist in Residence, 2008
Raices Latinoamericans
In-school guest teaching artist for grades K-9, 2006-2019
Please Touch Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Artist in Residence, 2004
Taller Puertorriqueño
In-school and taller guest teaching artist for grades K-9, 2002-2012
Taller Puertorriqueño and Alzheimer’s Association of the Delaware Valley, Philadelphia, PA
Art Specialist, Memories in the Making Program, 2002-2005
Radio Volta, Philadelphia, PA
Station co-Founder. Hosted a radio show called, Lo Clandestino from 1999 to 2005. Trained others to use the radio station. Show aired on WPEB 88.1 for 2 years.
Spiral Q Puppet Theater, Philadelphia, PA
Artist in residence for the “Day of the Dead”

; Free lance Art Preparatorial: 1999-Present Assisted in the production of museum exhibits, most notably “Travels in the Labyrinth: Mexican Art” in the Arthur Ross Gallery of the Univ. of Penn. The National Liberty Museum and the Awater Kent Museum, Raices Culturales Latino Americanas and Taller Puertorriqueño. Taller Puertorriqueño and Alzheimer’s Association of the Delaware Valley: 2002 - 2006 Teach watercolors and art therapy to patients with memory loss. Mann Older Adult Center: 2005 Teach Clay to Senior Citizens for art activities with exhibition of the own work. Taller Puertorriqueño in conjunction with Congreso de Latinos Unidos: 11/2004 Taught drawing to risk youth and high-risk middle and high school students. Philadelphia Public Schools: 2004-present Taught paper Maché mask workshops for after school programs and high-risk middle and high school students. Raices Culturales Latino Americanas. 11/2003 Taught paper maché and wire workshops in the tradition of the Day of the Dead . Taller Puertorriqueño: 2003 Taught drawing, painting and ceramics to children attending summer camps. NorriSquare Civic Association. 2003 Taught drawing, painting, ceramics and crafts to children aged 6-10 in summer camps and after-school program.